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clayschuldt on Episode 584: The One Where They Talk about Friends by Talking about Dawson’s Creek

I did watch Friends, but not to an obsessive amount. I can go entire years without watching an episode.
But, that… more

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Three Act Destructure on Episode 584: The One Where They Talk about Friends by Talking about Dawson’s Creek

That makes three of us who haven’t seen Friends. We’re getting close to being able to fill out our own sitcom cast now.

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John C Member on Episode 584: The One Where They Talk about Friends by Talking about Dawson’s Creek

I guess I’m the other person who didn’t watch Friends. There’s been some editorial-feeling approach to NBC sitcoms–Frasier… more

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John C Member on Episode 583: The Performance of Crescendo

I never really watched The Daily Show, so I didn’t know what to expect going in (and wouldn’t have watched it without… more

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Three Act Destructure on Episode 583: The Performance of Crescendo

To be fair, isn’t the entire point of Mean Girls that that kind of embarrassment only really exists in high school… more

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Mark Lee OTI Staff on Episode 583: The Performance of Crescendo

I want to take this opportunity to plug the Trevor Noah special, “Son of Patricia,” in particular, the bit about… more

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Stokes on Episode 583: The Performance of Crescendo

This was a fascinating discussion, but in re the “only British people can be witty because only British people… more

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John C Member on Episode 583: The Performance of Crescendo

The episode inspired me to download my Netflix history and pull out the stand-up shows. After…let’s say “too… more

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John C Member on Episode 582: The Big Lie of Full House

His current project is “Team Human,” which is (more or less, and probably like a lot of us who’ve been at this… more

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Matthew Wrather OTI Staff on Episode 582: The Big Lie of Full House

DOUGLAS RUSHKOFF! There’s a name I haven’t heard in a while. I had a book of his in 1994 called “Cyberia” which… more

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Junji Ito’s Eyes

There’s something about the eyes in a Junji Ito drawing that creates a subtle atmosphere of horror even when nothing horrific is happening.